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American Engineer


Published 1956




Producer Handy (Jam) Organization
Sponsor Chevrolet Division, General Motors Corporation
Audio/Visual sound, color

Credits

Script by Irwin Gielgud, Glenn Kerr. Direction by Ford Banes, Robert Senglaub. Camera by Gordon Avil, Pierre Mols, George Leontough, Robert Tavernier. Editing by Vincent Herman, Harold Shriner. Music by Samuel Benavie, James Higgins.

Reviews

Reviewer: Spuzz - - August 31, 2012
Subject: The Engineers Don't Mess Around
The American Engineer get the way-over lavish tratment here, in this GORGEOUS short produced by Jem Handy. Funded in part by Chevrolet, but not neccesarily over-auto focused, the film focuses on the many ways engineers help us in our way of life. From steel, bridges, buildings to (yes) car parts, many different aspects are covered.
This film, which LOOKS, color and print wise (thanks Rick!) like it was made yesterday, presents 1956 in all it's awesomeness, from it's many bridges to (yes) the new Chevrolet Clarion.

Thanks, to the american engineer. Yes, thanks to the engineer, (chorus fade up!) (end review!)
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